An archaeological survey of the Trent Waterway in Ontario, Canada
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Published by Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences in Rochester, N.Y .
Written in English


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Other titlesTrent waterway.
Statementby William A. Ritchie.
SeriesResearch records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences -- no. 9., Book collection on microfilm relating to the North American Indian -- reel 4.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv, 52 p.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17741120M
OCLC/WorldCa3928075

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An archaeological survey of the Trent Waterway in Ontario, Canada, and its significance for New York State prehistory. By William Augustus Ritchie AbstractAuthor: William Augustus Ritchie. Book Citation: "An Archaeological Survey of the Trent Waterway in Ontario, Canada," by William A. Ritchie; p. In: Researches and Transactions of the New York State Archaeological . The Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site is easily reached by car. Most of its lakes can be accessed by Highway in the west and Highway in the east. If you’re feeling nautical, you can paddle, sail or motor into the waterway through its entrances at Trenton on Lake Ontario or Port Severn on Georgian Bay. 76 Ontario Archaeology No. 73, Underwater Archaeology and the Future of Submerged Cultural Resources on the Trent-Severn Waterway Willis Stevens Work is beginning on a comprehensive inventory of submerged archaeological resources along the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada. This paper describes the development.

The Trent–Severn Waterway is a kilometre-long canal route ( miles) connecting Lake Ontario at Trenton to Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, at Port major natural waterways include the Trent River, Otonabee River, Kawartha Lakes, Lake Simcoe, Lake Couchiching and Severn scenic, meandering route has been called "one of the finest interconnected systems of navigation in the. The Trent Severn Waterway. Brief History of The Trent-Severn Waterway The start to finish time line spans eighty-seven years with the systems construction starting in at Bobcaygeon and finishing in at Port Severn, three hundred and eighty-seven kilometers from Lake Ontario. The Navigation channel runs a depth of six feet from start to finish.   The approval authority — under the Planning Act, usually the municipality where the new subdivision is located — will include the requirement for an archaeological assessment as one of the conditions for development approval to ensure that the development proponent meets their legal obligations under the Ontario Heritage Act. The archaeology program at Trent is one of the largest in Canada, with twelve permanent faculty offering a wide range of courses across the breadth of the discipline. The Archaeology program offers different degree choices: a single-major Honours Archaeology program, and a joint-major Honours program, consisting of Archaeology and another.

an archaeological survey of the trent waterway in ontario canada, and its significance for new york state prehistory Ritchie, W.a. Published by Research Records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, No. 9 (). The Trent - Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada is a natural and man-made waterway that meanders nearly km across central Ontario linking Georgian Bay to the Bay of Quinte. Of particular note, are the hydraulic Lift Lock in Peterborough, Ontario, and the original engineering structures in the Lake Simcoe-Balsam Lake section of.   Ritchie, W. A. An archaeological survey of the Trent Waterway in Ontario, Canada. Researches and Transactions of the New York Archaeological Association 12 (1). Rivers, W. H. R. The contact of peoples. This is a list of National Historic Sites (French: Lieux historiques nationaux) in the province of are sites designated in Ontario, 39 of which are administered by Parks Canada (identified below and on the cluster pages listed below by the beaver icon).Of all provinces and territories, Ontario has the greatest number of National Historic Sites, and the largest number under.